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... I just got my pap results back and it shows atypical glandular cells. I have had abnormal paps in the past but they were atypical squamous cells and usually went away by my follow ups. ... (0 replies)
... I have had normal pap test up until this year. I am 36 years old and have two daughters. I had my first high risk HPV test show positive last Aug 2010 but the pap was normal. After that visit I my periods stopped for 4 months and the Dr. gave me MedroxyPROGESTERone Acetate. ... (3 replies)
... I am new to this board and already found a lot of information but but haven't come across my exact scenario yet. ... (4 replies)

... Hi there, Completed. Just read your post and wanted to respond because I had the same questions you did after my AGC results. Mine came with high risk HPV and atypical squamous cells. ... (45 replies)
... I was pregnant at the time, and after I delivered my paps came back negative. ... (1 replies)
... I've done a lot of research about gyn issues since having an unnecessary hysterectomy by my gynecologist of 20 years. Here's what I've discovered about paps and cervical changes. ... (1 replies)
... I have recently got the same results on my pap and I would like to hear from you. ... (10 replies)
... I am 26 years old. I had my first abnormal pap in 2003. It was a very low grade issue they said come back in 6months it will be fine. I did and it was normal so went back to ev year visits. Then in 2006 I had my second abnormal pap. It came back very high changes etc. ... (1 replies)
... The pap is only a screening tool. The colpo will give the doctor a better idea of what your cervix looks like and get a significantly more accurate pathology report of what is going on with your cervix. ... (4 replies)
... are treated a bit differently at different ages. Atypical glandular cells, at any age seem to be treated more agressively than atypical squamous cells. ... (7 replies)
... endometrial biopsy and colposcopy. Two of the three came back benign... Cervix showed mild dysplasia. ... (14 replies)
... sorry to hear about your results. The waiting is no fun. I was in the same spot you are a few months ago, and have researched the heck out of atypical glandular cells. They are more rare than the normal atypical squamous results most women get, and most gyns have never dealt with them. ... (56 replies)
... I've been lurking the past few days, reading posts and trying to educate myself a bit. ... (42 replies)
... Worried! In March 2011 my pap test came back normal but positive for high risk HPV. ... (11 replies)
... im so sorry to hear this i wish u all the luck in the world with your treatment. (3 replies)
... done on the 12th of December and the doctor called me on Friday the 16th. When she did my biopsies she did tell me that she could see a tumor on my cervix and she held out her fingers to about an inch to show the size. ... (3 replies)
... g endocervical glands. My doc booked me for a LEEP which I will be going in for this Friday on the 25th of November. So I've waited 5 months since this all began and the waiting is the worst part. ... (3 replies)
... There is no kind of HPV that "will" cause cancer if left untreated. ... (7 replies)
... I am 46 years old and had my annual pap smear that showed Atypical Glandular Cells, High risk HPV negative. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: abnormal pap, agc, agus, atypical glandular cells, atypical glandular cells of endocervical origin, cancer, cervical, cervical cancer, hpv, joint pain

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